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  • "Internal Affairs" is the second segment of the 6th episode of T.U.F.F. Puppy.
  • Internal Affairs was a branch of the Galactic Empire's Imperial Security Bureau which was responsible for rooting out traitors amongst the Empire's ranks. A single Internal Affairs officer was stationed aboard all Star Destroyers to investigate signs of sedition among the crew. Agent Kallus worked in both the Internal Affairs branch and the Investigations branch of the ISB.
  • The Ministry of Internal Affairs or the Interior Ministry is responsible for numerous things within the cabinet and the national government, the Minister of Internal Affairs or Minister of the Interior is responsible for the internal security, protection and survival of the national government; the Minister of Interior is responsible for a myriad amount of responsibilities. The Minister of the Interior may so command Interior Troops or National Guard which act as a line of defense against civil war or natural disaster.
  • Internal Affairs is the twelfth episode in season five of CSI: Miami.
  • A page for logs having to do with Internal Affairs.
  • "Internal Affairs" is the ninth episode of Season Eleven of Criminal Minds.
  • In 2374, Section 31 operative Luther Sloan posed as a Deputy Director with Internal Affairs, during a covert operation designed to test the loyalties of the genetically-engineered chief medical officer of Deep Space 9, Julian Bashir. Sloan described Starfleet Internal Affairs as a "competent department, but limited". (DS9: "Inquisition")
  • The Internal Affairs division of the Los Angeles Police Department investigates incidents and plausible suspicions of lawbreaking and professional misconduct attributed to officers on the force.
  • Internal Affairs, (also known as Internal Investigations or The Double-i Team) was a division of law enforcement that investigates the lawbreaking of professional officers on the force.
  • Internal Affairs, or IA, is the branch of the LEP dedicated to the affairs of the fairy people themselves. They used to be headed by Ark Sool, a gnome also known as the "king of red tape", until Sool was drummed off the force for wanting to let the demons die off. IA takes care of cases involving rouge faries.
  • Internal Affairs is a story-related achievement of Crysis 2. The player must infiltrate the C.E.L.L. facility at Wall Street to receive this achievement.
  • Internal Affairs es el décimo segundo episodio de la quinta temporada de CSI: Miami.
  • The Police Police. More evil than the Big Bad, Diabolical Mastermind or Serial Killer, Internal Affairs is the true enemy of the Cowboy Cop and everything s/he stands for, as they're usually on a crusade to get the Cowboy Cop -- who they see as being just as bad as, if not worse than, the criminals he pursues -- thrown off the force with all due haste. Occasionally, this will be subverted by making Internal Affairs right, and the Cowboy Cop actually deserve having to turn in his badge. A Sister Trope to The Inquisitor General, which is much more common in military settings.
  • Internal Affairs is a 2019 movie scheduled for release on October 6th 2019. Officer Willie Dent must expose two moles in the NYPD before the NYPD is destroyed from within. Jeremy Renner as Officer Willie Dent a by the books officer who must expose the moles Tom Cruise as Sergeant Ernie Gaye one of the moles in the NYPD and a member of Raymond Gold's mob Ian McShane as Raymond Gold a British mobster and the film's main antagonist Dougray Scott as Staff Sergeant Rodney Coleman Ian McKellen as Captain Lindsey Romney Marton Csokas as Delwyn Whyte a chief enforcer for Raymond Gold's mafia
  • Internal Affairs, abbreviated I.A., is a division of a law enforcement agency that investigates incidents and plausible suspicions of lawbreaking, inappropriate or unprofessional misconduct attributed to officers on the police force. In the first season of Charmed, the Internal Affairs sector of the San Francisco Police Department grew suspicious of Inspector Andy Trudeau's involvement in several unexplained, unsolved legal cases that involved both supernatural phenomena and the Halliwell sisters, namely, Prue Halliwell.
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  • 2007-01-08
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  • "Sharks vs. Pods"
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  • *Galactic Empire **Commission for the Preservation of the New Order ***Imperial Security Bureau
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  • Internal Affairs
Airdate
  • 2010-11-27
  • 2015-12-02
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  • Joe and his partner
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  • Infiltrate the CELL facility at Wall Street
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  • 23
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  • Fish
Total
  • 188
Title
  • Internal Affairs
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  • Light green
  • Mustard yellow
First Aired
  • 2012-05-20
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  • Law enforcement agency
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  • Dancing
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  • right|300px At the Clam, Peter and Quagmire see a news report of another successful bust by Joe. After congratulating him, Joe invites them to a party to celebrate his bust. As Peter starts to back out in his car, he hits a car belonging to Ernie, the giant chicken setting off another fight. During their struggles they land on Stewie's time pad and fight their way across time itself, eventually ending up in a genetic research lab and in space. Crashing back to earth on an oil rig, they continue to fight. Their struggle destroy the oil rig and Ernie is seemingly roasted by the rocket engines. But as Peter struggles to shore, Ernie shows he continues to live. 300px|left Back home, Bonnie is less than impressed by Joe's achievements. At the party, he meets Nora who is taken in by him and she kisses him. Telling the guys at the Clam, the guys tell him he should get even with Bonnie for her indiscretions in “Foreign Affairs”. The next day, Nora tries to apologize, but when Bonnie misdials Joe and stops talking, Joe decides to take advantage of Nora, taking her to the handicapped stall getaway he has, although he is physically unable to consummate the relationship. The next day, Joe admits feeling guilty but Bonnie overhears and reveals that she never actually cheated in France. As they fight over each other's faults, they both threaten divorce. Back home, the Griffins also fight over their involvement in the Swanson's split. Over drinks, Joe reminisces to Peter about how he met Bonnie when she was a stripper. Inspired, Peter proposes recreating the meeting to get them together. At the Fuzzy Clam, Peter places a call to Joe who rushes to the scene, as they meet, they hear their song. As they they apologize, Bonnie offers a lap dance, but Joe gives her one instead and they agree to forgive each other over time.
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  • "Internal Affairs" is the second segment of the 6th episode of T.U.F.F. Puppy.
  • Internal Affairs was a branch of the Galactic Empire's Imperial Security Bureau which was responsible for rooting out traitors amongst the Empire's ranks. A single Internal Affairs officer was stationed aboard all Star Destroyers to investigate signs of sedition among the crew. Agent Kallus worked in both the Internal Affairs branch and the Investigations branch of the ISB.
  • The Ministry of Internal Affairs or the Interior Ministry is responsible for numerous things within the cabinet and the national government, the Minister of Internal Affairs or Minister of the Interior is responsible for the internal security, protection and survival of the national government; the Minister of Interior is responsible for a myriad amount of responsibilities. The Minister of the Interior may so command Interior Troops or National Guard which act as a line of defense against civil war or natural disaster.
  • Internal Affairs is the twelfth episode in season five of CSI: Miami.
  • A page for logs having to do with Internal Affairs.
  • Internal Affairs is a 2019 movie scheduled for release on October 6th 2019. Officer Willie Dent must expose two moles in the NYPD before the NYPD is destroyed from within. Jeremy Renner as Officer Willie Dent a by the books officer who must expose the moles Tom Cruise as Sergeant Ernie Gaye one of the moles in the NYPD and a member of Raymond Gold's mob Ian McShane as Raymond Gold a British mobster and the film's main antagonist Dougray Scott as Staff Sergeant Rodney Coleman Ian McKellen as Captain Lindsey Romney Marton Csokas as Delwyn Whyte a chief enforcer for Raymond Gold's mafia Rosario Dawson as Doctor Connie Guerrero Joseph Gordon Levitt as Trooper Murdock Donal Logue as Captain Hugo Belzer Ken Davitian as Edwin Dent Brenton Thwiates as Hollis Dundee another mole in the NYPD and a member of Raymond Gold's mob Simon Pegg as Fitzhew a British American bartender who works at Raymond Gold's bar he is fiercely loyal to him Keith David as Officer Alex Dent Olivier Martinez as FBI special agent Carl Vaunier Hermione Corfield as Charice Gold
  • Internal Affairs, abbreviated I.A., is a division of a law enforcement agency that investigates incidents and plausible suspicions of lawbreaking, inappropriate or unprofessional misconduct attributed to officers on the police force. In the first season of Charmed, the Internal Affairs sector of the San Francisco Police Department grew suspicious of Inspector Andy Trudeau's involvement in several unexplained, unsolved legal cases that involved both supernatural phenomena and the Halliwell sisters, namely, Prue Halliwell. Two inspectors from the Internal Affairs department were assigned to surveil Andy, Darryl and the sisters - Inspector Anderson and Inspector Rodriguez - Rodriguez turned out to be a demon sent to destroy the Charmed Ones. Andy and Prue meet at Quake and he tells her about the investigation, but she still requested his help, he adhered. The two I.A. inspectors acquired photos of the Halliwell sisters and Andy as well as surveillance camera footage and pictures placing Andy at crime scenes before crimes were committed as well as a young brunette woman - Prue. The Inspectors used the incident involving the attack by Darklighter Alec on Daisy at the Motel Capri as ammunition to question Andy. . The two men found it suspicious that Andy was the one who called in the crime committed as well as how he was there with Prue before the incident happened. Andy told them he got a tip about the attack but Rodriguez said he was lying and threatened Andy saying "this is an I.A. investigation, you don't have the same rights. You have no idea how much I can hurt you". Inspector Anderson then stated they believed Andy was covering for someone and demanded that he tell them who and what he knew. Andy then placed his badge as well as his gun on the table, quitting telling the two inspectors to go screw themselves. After Andy quit, he requested a meet with Darryl at a construction site to talk privately, the two I.A. inspectors found out about the meeting and asked Daryl to where a microphone. The two men followed Darryl and they monitored the conversation. During the conversation, Andy told Darryl that he was covering for Prue and her sisters. Inspector Rodriguez read Andy's lip and saw that he said Prue's name. Inspector Anderson asked how he knew Andy said Prue, after which Rodriguez's eyes went red and caused the earphone Anderson was wearing to make a deafening sound that killed him.
  • "Internal Affairs" is the ninth episode of Season Eleven of Criminal Minds.
  • In 2374, Section 31 operative Luther Sloan posed as a Deputy Director with Internal Affairs, during a covert operation designed to test the loyalties of the genetically-engineered chief medical officer of Deep Space 9, Julian Bashir. Sloan described Starfleet Internal Affairs as a "competent department, but limited". (DS9: "Inquisition")
  • The Internal Affairs division of the Los Angeles Police Department investigates incidents and plausible suspicions of lawbreaking and professional misconduct attributed to officers on the force.
  • Internal Affairs, (also known as Internal Investigations or The Double-i Team) was a division of law enforcement that investigates the lawbreaking of professional officers on the force.
  • Internal Affairs, or IA, is the branch of the LEP dedicated to the affairs of the fairy people themselves. They used to be headed by Ark Sool, a gnome also known as the "king of red tape", until Sool was drummed off the force for wanting to let the demons die off. IA takes care of cases involving rouge faries.
  • Internal Affairs is a story-related achievement of Crysis 2. The player must infiltrate the C.E.L.L. facility at Wall Street to receive this achievement.
  • Internal Affairs es el décimo segundo episodio de la quinta temporada de CSI: Miami.
  • The Police Police. More evil than the Big Bad, Diabolical Mastermind or Serial Killer, Internal Affairs is the true enemy of the Cowboy Cop and everything s/he stands for, as they're usually on a crusade to get the Cowboy Cop -- who they see as being just as bad as, if not worse than, the criminals he pursues -- thrown off the force with all due haste. As the Cowboy Cop is most often the hero, however, the cops working for Internal Affairs are therefore often characterised as humourless, prissy and self-righteous desk jockeys who have no real understanding of what it's really like out there on the streets -- because if they did, then there's no way that they'd get so morally uptight and outraged about the Cowboy Cop's complete ignorance of correct police operating procedure and flagrant disregard for the basic human rights of the suspect. Indeed, a frequent method of Anviliciously highlighting the moral superiority of the Cowboy Cop compared to these cops is to have him or her angrily hiss "What about the victim's rights?" when getting chewed out by Internal Affairs -- to which the Obstructive Bureaucrat will of course have no answer whatsoever. In these cases, Internal Affairs seems dedicated to promoting a system of justice which actively protects the guilty whilst forcing the innocent to suffer. It's not just the Cowboy Cop, though; the entire department seems to loathe the Internal Affairs cops with a passion. This suits the Internal Affairs cops just fine, however, as more often than not they're depicted as complete ball-breaking pricks who aren't interested in being liked by anyone; protecting the integrity of the force is simply more important. Da Chief often has a grudge against these guys as well, as they often overrule his authority and demand that he force the Cowboy Cop to turn in his badge. Another role for Internal Affairs in fiction is to have one of their officers infiltrate a police station undercover with the intent of exposing some form of corruption, only to gradually form friendships (and even Love Interests) with the cops they are meant to be investigating. This can result in all manner of complications and angst galore when the undercover officer's role is finally exposed. In the most positive portrayals, these are the cops that a cop protagonist can turn to when they see corruption and cannot stop it themselves. At the end, when the hero has proved his allegation, the IA cops will be the ones who come to haul away the crooked cops with the hero cop standing back, regretting such measures were necessary. This is, in some ways, Truth in Television, as for obvious reasons there's tension between regular police officers and the regulatory authorities assigned to watch over them in real life (just as tensions exist between police officers and civilians, for much the same reasons). However, the Cowboy Cop and his supporters tend to forget or overlook the fact that the rules and regulations that Internal Affairs so staunchly uphold exist for a reason. Like them or not, without Internal Affairs keeping the worst excesses of police authority and corruption in check, things wouldn't be very pleasant. Occasionally, this will be subverted by making Internal Affairs right, and the Cowboy Cop actually deserve having to turn in his badge. A Sister Trope to The Inquisitor General, which is much more common in military settings. Examples of Internal Affairs include:
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